Swedish pension fund AMF generated an 8.5 percent investment return from from the first half of this year, the company announced on Thursdáy. This is a sharp contrast to the same period last year, when the emergence of covid-19 resulted in a negative return of 1.4 percent.
The SEK 790bn (EUR 77.7bn) fund's solvency ratio had risen to 217 percent by the end of H1, up from 196 percent at the start of the year.
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